Heroku’s developer conference, Waza 2013, is less than a month away. If you are in San Francisco on Thursday, 2/28 – then this is where you will want to be.
Heroku’s Waza (技), the Japanese word for art and technique, is an immersive one-day developer experience focused on craft. The event features both technical & non-technical sessions in an environment designed for collaboration and inspiration (plus very cool added happenings in music, art, and technology.) Continue reading
Building a strong India developer community is important to us. The Developer Force website and community is the place to learn, grow, fix issues, and find inspiration on the Force.com platform. As a valued community member, we want to hear from you about our program and events. Your feedback will help the Developer Force team build a better India Developer Force community and set of resources to help you succeed.
Help us fill out this 2 minute survey before July 6, 2012. Whether you are an active member or not, your feedback is important to us. Please take a moment to fill out the survey… Continue reading
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Cloudstock London (free developer events) will be on May 22 at the ExCel London. If you are not registered, please do so.
We are also bringing the free Code Consultation program to the Cloudstock DevZone. You will have an opportunity to meet with a Force.com expert for 30 minutes in a private code consultation and receive best practice coding & architecting advice. Do not forget to bring your code for a code walk through!
If you are already registered for Cloudstock London, sign-up for a free one-on-one code consultation. If not, register for the event first (the event confirmation page and… Continue reading
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Just because the Washington Monument is temporarily closed doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be going to the Washington DC area this weekend! Why? For TechGate 2011, of course.
TechGate, Saturday September 17 2011, brings together several of the Capital area’s finest technology user groups into one great event. I’ll be there, providing you with an under-the-hood look at the multitenancy magic that powers Database.com and Force.com, including a demo of our newly released cloud database service. There’ll also be speakers from Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, RightScale, and many others to give you the latest scoop on various technologies. There’s sure to be… Continue reading
Despite blistering heat, the Raleigh Force.com Developers Group is meeting this Thursday, August 4, 2011, 11:30am at Red Hat to discuss all things Force.com. We’ll be trying out the following format that’s sure to appeal to developers of all levels.
11:30-11:45 Introductions, Business
11:45-12:05 Beginner Presentation: Force.com Sign Up and Your First Object
12:05-12:25 Intermediate Presentation: Configure and Tour the Force.com IDE
12:25-12:45 Advanced Presentation: Create a Trigger and Unit Tests
12:45-13:00 Wrap Up and Networking
Should be lots of fun to learn things and meet new people in the greater Research Triangle Park area… Continue reading
Next week, the Force.com crew is heading to my old home town, Boston for a double-header bigger than the big green monster at Fenway.
First up, we have a Developer Meetup the evening of July 13th, in Waltham. As usual, we break these evenings up in to two tracks: one focused on new Force.com developers, and another track targetted at more advanced developers, where we discuss a topic of current interest to the community. Kuntal Vahalia, one of my favorite Salesforce collegues, a wicked, smart guy (see how I used the local Boston, lingo? Yep, I’m down with it)… Continue reading
Last week Logan Henriquez, Chatter API PM and I presented the Chatter REST API developer webinar. IF you attended the webinar, you would have seen that how much easier this API is when developing social apps for any platform.
As promised, we have posted the webinar recording and the FAQ which was composed of all questions which were asked during both sessions. Make sure you check out the Chatter API home page for links to the webinar recording, FAQ, getting started article and all sample code from the demos… Continue reading
Please join us at IEEE Cloud 2011, July 4-9, Washington, DC. At the show, I’ll be giving two sessions that might be of interest.
- On Monday, July 4, at the “Cloud 2011 Summer School”, I’ll be presenting the “Cloud Development and Deployment” tutorial. Designed for developers by developers, this workshop mixes presentations with hands-on coding exercises that teach you how to build a cloud app using the world’s premier cloud platform, Force.com. This tutorial will provide you with a deeper understand of cloud computing and help you build a fully functional cloud app that you
The Summer of APIs is here. It’s time to soak up those creative rays and look at some creative examples of how APIs can create some truly game changing solutions. Continue reading
Next weeks Chatter API Developer Webinar is going to contain a LOT of code and some cool sample apps. One of the features we will be discussing is a feature called Message Segments which allow you to write come code to dynamically create UI on any device. Continue reading
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